Wow, what a SpeedWeekend! 2014 will go down as one of the most memorable SpeedWeekend’s ever. Travis Benjamin’s first Re/Max 250 victory was one of the most exciting in the history of the race. Check out our massive SpeedWeekend Photo Album. Continue reading
Just a few hours after rain forced postponement of the biggest race of Speedway 660’s season, fans returned to the Geary Woods on Monday morning to witness one of the most incredible Pro Stock races of all time. Travis Benjamin from Morrill, Maine, finally won his first-ever Re/Max 250 over two other American short track drivers.
Dave O’Blenis had to be his best on Saturday night to pick up a thrilling victory in the Irving Oil Blending & Packaging 150. O’Blenis held off Colby Smith to cross the finish line first in SpeedWeekend’s Sportsman race. Russell Smith was third.
Five drivers will run the Irving Oil Blending & Packaging 150 and Re/Max 250 on SpeedWeekend. Two of them have done it before, but three others will go racing twice on SpeedWeekend for the first time. Continue reading
With just days to go before SpeedWeekend there’s probably no-one who is more stoked than 17 year old Cole Boudreau. Cole, coming off his first full season in a Pro Stock, is anxious to qualify and have an awesome run in Sunday’s 250. Earlier this week, Wade Wilson had a Conversation with our Pro Stock Rookie of the Year.
Race teams, entering the Re/Max 250 on SpeedWeekend, are strongly encouraged to read the rules package. Please note there have been additions and updates to the rules package for 2014 and it is solely the competitors responsibility to read the information
presented here in order to be informed as well as be in compliance with all aspects of the rules document.
SpeedWeekend is just days away and race fans; drivers, their families and crews; sponsors and marketing partners and; Speedway 660 volunteers, staff and owners are preparing for an awesome event. After all, it’s one of the biggest short-track racing weekends in Canada. Continue reading
The Night of Champions was a night to remember for several drivers, their families and fans. In it’s last event before SpeedWeekend, Speedway 660 handed out Championship and Rookie of the Year trophies. Continue reading
On Saturday night, Dave O’Blenis became the first driver in Speedway 660 history to win three championships in a row. O’Blenis won the Re/Max Group Four Realty Pro Stock Division title for the fifth time over-all.
Speedway 660 history could be made at the 2014 Night of Champions on Saturday. The racing will be intense as Championship trophies and Rookie of the Year awards will be handed out in all five racing divisions. Continue reading